I am getting a small PUP (dry weight 1099, GVWR 1680, 145 lbs hitch), and will be getting a new vehicle with which to tow it. I have always been a fan of Wranglers too (owned 2 TJ's prior) and after doing some research, I am thinking one of the newer 4 door models would be more than sufficient. Stats on them are as follows. Max tow capacity 3500 lbs, max hitch weight 350. GVWR is 5418 with a curb of 4294, and a max GCWR of 8090. I seem to have plenty of wiggle room here with weight. If I maxed out the loads of both car and trailer, I am at 7098 lbs, 992 below the max GCWR. I should have plenty of room for gear and people, as we have been tent camping and fitting everything we take into a Honda Accord sedan. I would not anticipate sway issues, as the Jeep has a decent wheelbase in the 4 door version. Also, they have anti-sway programming in the stability program. The Jeep is putting out 285 hp, and the trailer has electric brakes, both of which should make going and stopping easy at this weight. Anything else I am not seeing or missing? I have also been looking at Ford Escapes with 3500 lb capacities, and other similar smaller SUV's).